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to miss. and is former president clinton teaming up with sylvester stallone? details coming up. >>> now to some other stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in indiana and pennsylvania where snowy conditions proved dangerous for drivers. road closures and multicar pileups plagued commuters while low visibility claims two lives in detroit and injured others. >>> now to philadelphia where a scary tumble was caught on security cameras. the man was seen stumbling before he loses his balance and falls over the train platform. others helped to the man up. fortunately no trains were coming at that time. >>> next to virginia will radford college students woke up to a nasty surprise when they discovered their cars were flooded. school officials say water from a nearby dam was released safer midnight and the university made announcements and went door to door to warn students. but not everyone evidently got the message and students whose cars were flooded out say they never heard any warnings. >> in nebraska a very special birthday for the zoo's newest additions. five lion cubs are on
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. >>> just ahead, action star sylvester stallone comes clean about his secret fears. >>> plus, the latest on this winter storm that could drop two feet of snow in some areas. we're back after these quick messages. >>> welcome back to "early today." bundle up today in southern california with temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. windchills in the 30s today. it will be a struggle with a decent amount of sunshine this afternoon, highs in the upper 50s near vegas and san francisco. sacramento, same for you. the northwest seeing light rain today moving in. we'll continue with a little better chance of maybe more amounts up to half an inch to quarter inch throughout friday. a little rainy and wet in the northwest, but chilly in almost all areas. >> thank you so much, bill. >>> it's time for entertainment. which big action star is afraid of heights? it's not schwarzenegger, it's not willis, but stallone, the star of "cliffhanger." in a recent interview, the film's director outed stallone's fears quoting the actor saying, the highest i'll go is the heel of my cowboy boots. he had to slowly
close game or he could be a hungry bear. >>> what does bill clinton, magic mike, sylvester stallone and bruce willis all have in common? we'll have the answer coming up next when "early today" returns. >>> i want to take you through the weekend forecast. we are going to have areas of snow, you'll be cold today right through the weekend. it includes the northern plains and great lakes especially. great weather with temperatures mild in the rockies all the way to texas. even florida is going to be okay. a bit chillier than lately. the snow with the lake-effect snow, the clipper system dies down on saturday. from chicago, minneapolis, ohio valley, and super bowl sunday, the areas of the east coast, a chance of snow. >>> this super bowl weekend will prove to be a quiet one at the box office if you're looking for "the walking dead" meets "twilight" then "warm bodies" is the one you want to take. and stallone's blizzard ahead is second place. >>> speaking of stallone and the franchise's third installment including president bill clinton. that's right. stallone says maybe, just maybe, we c
the odds are long, we certainly wish her good luck. >>> just ahead, action star sylvester stallone comes clean about his secret fears. >>> plus, the latest on this winter storm that could drop are two feet of snow in some areas. we're back after these quick messages. >>> welcome back. the intense portion of our winter storm is now beginning. we are getting thunderstorms in the atmosphere that are producing a lot of heavy rains in the south and oklahoma. but further to the north, it's coming down as heavy snow. now is not the time to be traveling in southern kansas. and as we go throughout all morning, this band of heavy snow, two inches an hour will fall from wichita, to up kansas city again. again, this is the snowstorm portion of the storm, from oklahoma, southern missouri to illinois. that's all ice later on today. >> thanks so much, bill. >>> it's time for entertainment. which big action star is afraid of heights? it's not swaurn, it's not willis, but stallone, the star-"coat hanger." the director said he had to slowly coax stallone to the 13,000 foot mountain they shot on. >>> "amer
this issue anyway when we should be asking more qualified people, our action heros. >> sylvester stallone now supports a new federal assault weapons ban saying quote "like really unless you are carrying out an assault, you can't hunt with it who is going to attack your house an expletive army. >> a what army? a (bleep) army, an ass-wipe army? is it a penis army? [laughter] because if a penis army is attacking my house, i want to know. trust me, i know all their weak spots. [laughter] [cheers and applause] but kudos to stallone for speaking out against guns, and by the way don't miss his new movie "bullet to the head" in theaters now. it's like rhinestone but with bullets to the head. but sylvester stallone isn't the only actor promoting a new movie who has views on gun control. >> i think that you can't start to pick apart any of -- anything out of the bill of rights without thinking that it's all going be become undone. if you take one out or change one law then why wouldn't they take all your rights away from you. >> right, in the same way if you take away die hard 2, die hard 3 is just a c
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is sylvester stallone's "bullet to the head." > what happened there? > > $4.5 million. pretty much, numbers-wise, the worst opening of stallone's career. he had films in the '80s when the ticket prices were half as much that did better than this film. so it is a real disappointment for him and warner brothers. > it was a bust. here is what's coming up this weekend, a couple of films to look forward to: "identity thief," which has melissa mccarthy from "bridesmaids." > > she has really turned into quite a star, and i think this is going to be another good hit for universal, after they had "mama" do very well this year, i think this is going to rule the box office pretty handily with around $25 million this weekend. > you enjoyed the film? > > i haven't seen it. > you haven't seen that one, but you have seen "side effects." > > i have seen "side affects." this is steven soderbergh's latest film, and this is a really good thriller that i think people- it is a very hard movie to advertise, but i think if people give it a shot, with jude law and rooney mara, they are really going to be surprised
fries, i like a lot. >> if you are you hoping to see? >> i want to see sylvester stallone. >> what is the message about what afghanistan is like? we are the face of afghanistan. >> it would be a dream come true if they could head back to kabul with an oscar, but win or lee is, it would be a great adventure. would be a great adventure. >> sylvester stallone and hamburgers, i love it. we will be falling all of the oscar action of life on twitter. -- following all the oscar action live on twitter. >> funding of this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. fidelity investments. union bank. zte. ♪ >> breeding you closer -- bringing in a closer. >> your personal economy is made up of the things that matter most, including your career. and as those things change, fidelity can help you readjust your retirement plan, rethink how you are invested, and refocus as your career moves forward. wherever you are today, a fidelity ira has a wide range of investment choices that can fit your personal economy. fideli
predicted it. sandy. coming up, and all take on a classic hollywood drama. sylvester stallone is back on the big screen. zombies are back on the silver screen. the hollywood legend rolls out a new action flick. arch campbell has a look at the weekend box office. is a hilarious twist on romeo and juliet. i just want to connect. not connect with people? oh, right. i'm dead. there is a hilarious the zombieion of world where they long for feeling. byt world gets rocked tries to killwho takes hernstead he back to zombie land. by the way, his name is r and ers is julie. oh my gosh. is that him? yeah. "warm bodies" is worth three stars. and is not of love. also opening is "bullet to ."e head they should've made this 30 years ago. star. >> "lincoln" four stars. gets three solid starts. great comedy. doing have stars for " django unchained." .bullet to the head" one star weekend, everybody. i'm arch campbell, abc 7
sylvester stallone. guess what happened? nothing. then at christmas time i got one check for $100 from tom brokaw and then i saw my climbing ger and i sold it and i sold my car for $500 that i got from my grandfather in a seedy area in oakland. by string i o spring i had only $2,400. my mother invited me to come and talk to the kids. when i got ready to leave, a fourth grader named jeffery looked me in the aye and he said i've got a piggy bank at home and i'm going to help you build that school. west side school raised 65, 300 pennies. it wasn't the celebrities or the sports heroes or movie stars or if i lan throw pears but children reaching out to children half way around the world to help them build a school. what can you buy with a penny the bay area? probably nothing. in montana you can buy 1/2 tootsie roll. but in afghanistan you can buy a pencil. it's not that's so important but education gives a child hope. you know, if you fight tear riz her rorism it's based in fear but the real enemy is ignorance that bleeds hatred. here in america, afghanistan, africa or pakistan. the way to o
of "rocky" and "raging bull" duke it out, you have got your wish. fit looking sylvester stallone and robert de niro filming a comedy about two old rivals who get back in the ring for one last bout. do you want to see it? >> for the hilarity of it. since it's a comedy. they won't take themselves too seriously. >> taking it to that level at this stage in their careers would be fun. >> i'm richard lui. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> these impressive sculptures may be edible, but you may not want to bite into one. made entirely out of butter, these beautiful sculptures come in all kind of dazzling shapes and colors. to make sure the butter stays solid, monks at a chinese monastery keep their hands cold in icy water while working. the sculptures can take up to three months to create. >>> cities across taiwan ended the lunar new year with a bang. a giant lantern was the centerpiece at the biggest festival to kick off the year of the snake. other celebrations saw the release of hundreds of paper lanterns and a flurry of bottle rockets and fire
stallone and robert deniro are currently filming a boxing movie. >>> i thought adele looked great. >> she looked stunning and i thought jennifer hudson looked fantastic. >>> this is "first look" on msnbc. stay tuned "way too early" starts right now. ♪ >>> a big night at the ors oscars, ben affleck and "argo" takes home the academy awards' top honors. they were told by none other than first lady michelle obama. she's pretty busy. she did fallon awith mom dancin. >>> this is "way too early." before we get to the other top news of the world, we want to recap last night's academy awards. argo beat films like "lincoln" and silver linings playbook. a bit of redemption for affleck who was passed over best director, which went to ang lee for "lie of pi." "lincoln," though, had its day in the sun, as daniel day-lewis earned his third academy award for best actor. jennifer lawrence might have enjoyed her best actress win for "silver linings playbook" if she hadn't take an spill on her way to the stage. she didn't let that incident get her down. >> thank you. you guys are just standing up because
lincoln hawk, but it turns out that sylvester stallone is so old and brittle, that it wouldn't even be a challenge at this age. that's why i decided to do the next best thing and arm wrestle the kid who played his son in over the top. michael hawk. >> ready? turn your hat around. set go! >> you got it, you got it. you got it! oh! [laughter] >> i'm a lot like tim tebow. i had a great run, but we all know i'm not ready for the pros. [laughter] tune in next week for our first ever web reunion with alan thicke and the crystal light dancers. 23 years they had been apart. i brought them back together. what have you done? [laughter] make sure you follow me on twitter so we can live chat during the shows. check out my tour schedule and make sure you keep up with our daily blog at comedycentral.com/tosh.o. and on that blog, i will make sure to have a link so you can see that unblurred man meat. [laughter] and finally, avatar has made over a billion dollars. i wouldn't mind a taste of that sweet action, so i thought i'd translated our closing credits into na'vi and made them 3-d. so everyone,
stallone should check out his own movie. watch. >> i take out the trash. every move heat hard to get at. i'm a people person. >> okay. let's called bullet to the head. the name of the movie and he is pushing gun control. jamie says this is hollywood hypocrisy at its finest or worst. >> it's one of those things. if you have a movies glorifying guns and violence, which i think sylvester stallone is the epitomy0. probably not the best spokesperson for gun control. you see other places in hollywood. you have a lot of hollywood stars who themselves have body guards or body guards to protect their children, who often carry guns, speaking out for gun control. so, these type of things often tick off a lot of americans who are lawful gun rights owners, wondering why people in hollywood look down on them with scorn when they themselves are using guns. >> are you related to harvey wine do -- win steen? >> i am nose. >> these guys race a lot of money for president obama and make pretty darn violent films do they not? >> absolutely. >> would this be considered hollywood hypocrisy when they're making ve
. the governor has been out in the spotlight probably more than sylvester stallone. now he's looking better than stallone these days. what's up? >> i'm hearing he's going around the state doing speeches and people are saying, jerry is something he's never used to be. personable, friendly. he's sounding more like his dad out there on the trail. >> keep in mind jerry sets the whole tone for wherever he is. it's not something that's invited him. he comes in and without any relevance, they took other than himself and where he happens to be. he does the job that you need to do. it's a combination of bill clinton and eastwood. >> right. so you don't know -- i've watched it. you don't know when he walks in the room or takes the stage whether he is going to be eloquent or like you said half off the wall talking to an empty chair. but whatever it s people are going to be riveted and trying to figure out what it is he's doing. and he's clever enough to have picked up a phrase from the local newspaper or some other place and he has an enormous capacity to recall
. >> john: today democrats and republicans awoke to a world where sylvester stallone is to the left of harry reid on assault weapons. and many believe that the protection means protect protecting consumers were bankers. and millions of viewers tuned in to watch beyonce sing at the super bowl. this is the birthday of rosa parks, george romero, dan quayle, and george washington was elected president by the electoral college. it was unanimous which meant that george was never forced to produce a photo of him skeet shooting. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ music ♪ ] good >> john: good evening i'm john fugelsang coming up, senate republicans show their love for the finance industry by working to weaken consumer financial reform. but first, president obama took his push for new gun control laws on the road in the latest of a series of campaign-stale events the president spoke in front of police officers and sheriff's deputies in minneapolis. and he urged americans to write to congress to back what he described at four common-sense measures to help stop gun violence. >> obama: they don't really have
at the movies. he's been an action hero since the 1970's. sylvester stallone is back. he plays a new orleans hit man who performs an unlikely alliance with a d.c. police detective in order to bring down the man who killed both of their partners. do you like shakespeare? do you like zombies? then you might get a kick out of warm bodies. one of the undead finds himself feeling a human attraction towards a teenager. those emotions could be turning him back into one of us. and romeo and juliet. a trio of oscar winning actors star in standup guys. al pacino plays a man who has just gotten out of prison. the "u.s.a. today" reviewer renamed this butch cassidy and the sun dance grandpa. >> who's not aging in that group? >> all of them. >> that's hysterical. sylvester stallone has been an action figure forever. his face is only ten years old. >> he does look pretty good. >> thanks, monika. >>> many people have no interest in watching the super bowl. instead they tune in for the commercials. >> we talked with one of the experts who tracked which ads score and which alds get sacked. -- ads get sacked. >>>
that like schwarzenegger gets, stallone gets as far as this franchise? it's pretty awesome. >> reporter: yeah, i think bruce willis is respected more in the acting element. he's a better actor than arnold and sly in my opinion. the movie comes out on valentine's day, which is awesome. >> definitely a chick flick. >> reporter: yeah, exactly. >> let's talk about other releases. "warm bodies." it's an interesting take on the zombie thing, right. how was it? it's comparable to twilight twilight. you have a human being falling in love with a zombie. it's a rom com. the character meets a human being and falls in love with her, and that love sparks him to become more human, which is face nateing. it has an interesting social commentary how we become zombies, on our cell phones and interacting with e-mails and text. it's slow in the middle, but i think it's a perfect date movie. fun for teenage audiences. twilightesque type crowd. and the actors are great. it's very witty, very ever and well written. i gave it a 3.5 out of 5. i recommend it. >> i do like the trailer a lot, like when she's prete
of business. sylvester stallone has his worst box office debut in 30 years. his movie "bullet to the head" coming in sixth place. has the taste toward violent movies fundamentally shifted? that is next. with fidelity's new options platform, we've completely integrated every step of the process, making it easier to try filters and strategies... to get a list of equity option.. evaluate them with our p&l calculator... and execute faster with our more intuitive trade ticket. i'm greg stevens and i helped create fidelity's options platform. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. stuart: sylvester stallone's new film "bullet to the head" made it the worst open film for a stallone movie in more than 30 years. does this mean maybe after newton that the public taste is beginning to turn lower? >> absolutely. let's look at the title, "bullet to the head." what kind of a title is that? stuart: will it make hollywood retreat a little? >> if they keep losing money on these films, they will change very quickly. i look
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't matter. despite schwarzenegger and stallone's films having kind of bombed the last couple weeks, this at least has a brand to it, and people will show up for the new "die hard" movie, and then they will start telling their friends that it is no good. > what about "beautiful creatures?" this is for the younger generation, and i think they are going to turn out for this one, erik. > > it is possible. it's another one of these sort of young adult novels that has romance and magic, and this one has witches instead of vampires or wizards or that kind of thing. i think it will probably do along the lines of what "warm bodies" did a few weeks ago, kind of did around the $19, $20 million range. so i think it is going to do ok. > do you think love will still be in the air for melissa mccarthy in "identity thief" over the weekend? > > quite a huge weekend for the movie. we thought it was going to do well. we were probably a little bit conservative on it. it did $34.5 million over the weekend. > this is a stellar start. > > it is a very good start. this is melissa mccarthy's really sort of
for the 80s action star. sly stallone's bombed in theaters, but give these guys a break, right? >> yeah, and you know what? they're working on expendables 3, so you're going to see all those action stars together again. there's a "rambo v" out there. we are going to keep watching they keep making money. people want to see them. so you like seeing these old action stars you remember from maybe going to see it when you were in high school. and these guys really like doing it. and it's nice there's kind of like a tongue in cheek aspect of it too. they know they're kind of reliving these movies and people love watching them. why not? make them if people are going to watch them. >> wasn't there like a "jaws viii"? >> they can keep going. >> great to talk to you. >> thank you. >>> well, ahead, can fashion's bad boy john galliano, a designer, can he make a comeback and a redemption after a public rant that got a conviction? >>> i'm dr. sanjay gupta. this week on the next list, meet ed lue he's building a space telescope. he says it's going to protect the earth from asteroids. >> this is the se
. brown has been in and out of the spotlight over the years probably more times than sylvester stallone, but he is looking pretty good. why? >> jerry brown comes in and without any other relevance than himself and where he happen to be he does the job of what he has to do, a combination of bill clinton and eastwood. >> right. so, you don't know when he walks in the room or takes the stage whether he is going to be eloquent or like you said, half off the wall talking to an empty chair, but whatever it is people will be rivetted trying to figure out what he is doing. >> and he is clever enough to have picked all phrase from the local news reporter and he has the enormous capacity to recall the history of california. almost every place he stopped he puts an uncle somebody on. >> more than anybody else the dna of california is in his bones. he understands the state and goes around the state and is able to connect. >> what about the dynamic of california right now that allowed him to set the agenda up there rather than his fellow democrats or the ambition people in the republican comm
harris, michael phelps, sylvester stallone and a lot of current and former nfl players of course. the super bowl, with the big game around the corner, many party hosts are out there making one last run to the store to stock up on all the goods. our ken molestina shows us what hungry football fans are blitzing the supermarkets for tonight. >> reporter: even the snow couldn't keep party pro scras nateers from -- procrastinators from rushing to the store to pile up for the game. this supermarket had it, from assorted party plates, balloons, chips, cook considers, they overstocked in anticipation of hungry football fans making a last minute dash to prepare for the party. they even had ravens colors, something these fans enjoyed. >> i'm having a couple for dinner. >> because the redskins didn't make it, the next best thing is the ravens. i'm going for the ravens. >> reporter: a couple of weeks ago there was a big rumor that there was a chicken wing shortage. thankfully, it was just that, a rumor. that's a good thing because chicken wings are still atop the list of some of the most pop
minutes stallone survivor a store employee was able to give a good enough description to produce these sketches of the gunman police even have his voice captured on a cell phone call to 911 from. the photos of the victims are posted on the wall when you walk inside the packed headquarters three full-time investigators worked the case along with the state police analyst. i stop and talk to my investigators to see where we are going this year there have been 87 leads called then more than 67 total since the murders investigators have gone as far as london to check new fingerprint technology on showcasing as the village has been nearly $2 million still no suspects. yet there is hope. do the right thing for the victim, 33 year-old kerry was a flossmoor high school social worker a park bench in oak forest 22 year-old sarah, high- school scholarships were also awarded in her name. she had her entire life in front of her and it was senselessly taken away. 37 year-old connie left behind two sons for hamilton the anniversary was even more difficult his birthday is february 3rd one day af
abusing and continuing to build illegal settlements on stallone land. that infuriates a lot of people. that is the cancer in the middle east we're having to defend against. we're having to do that with our tax dollars. would it be better to change our state department policy and federal government policy? i know this is out of your loan, but it is all connected. we do not need to be sending troops abroad supporting dictatorial regimes that supply oil to our allies. we do not need the oil. we get less than 10% of our oil from the middle east. host: we get the point. we want to see if our guest has anything to add. guest: that might fit into the type of discussions sequestration was designed to prompt, the idea of how we're spending money. can we cut back in some areas to avoid across-the-board cuts? if it is federal spending, it is a question that would be included in that discussion. host: al is on the line from toledo, washington, democratic caller. caller: i spent 30 years in the military as an enlisted man. i work on war plans. i started when i was 24. these military members are ex
take out the trash. >> sylvester stallone teams up in "bullet to the head." along the way he meets up with district cop taylor kwan who is out to aadvantage his right and man. it's rated "r." an even older cast of characters getting together for no good fun in "stand up guys." alpha keno and christopher walk ken but things get complicated. standard guys is rated "r." finally, a zombie finds love in warm bodies. nicholas holt is say member of the walking dead but when he lays eyes on teresa palmer, gets all warm inside. he decides to save her. "warm bodies" is rated pg-13. >>> you may have noticed a lot of people wearing red today february 1st is the american heart association's wear red today. it's an effort to bring awareness to one of the greatest health threats to women. thanks to the american heart association more than 600,000 lives have been saved. heart disease is the number one killer of women. >>> coming up, we get you ready for the super bowl. from the coaches to ♪ [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flavors. so when you cal
stallone. is there a sense newtown will change things? or weak legislation will pass and it won't be a serious issue until the next five or six shootings? >> as long as the american people maintain their engagement and make sure their voices are being heard directly to the members of congress, we'll see substantive change. i think we've gone a long way as a country to talk about no longer in vague terms of gun control or supporting the second amendment, things i don't quite understand but talking about the specifics like background checks and clip sizes those are real policies that when you break it down specifically, the vast majority of us support that. >> john: you would think the late president reagan's assault for the ban in 1994 would have a bit more sway among conservative voters. maybe it will. vice president biden is saying america is ready for change but senator john mccain seems to think that some action might not even be possible. you might have heard this clip already. at a town hall yesterday a woman whose son was killed in the aurora, colorado, movie theatre shoot
comes a predator from a helicopter. oops. now, and this is the final mail. sill vister stallone -- sylvester stallone supports the assault weapons ban. when rambo supports the assault weapons ban you've lost the fight. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right. hour number three. hello, jacki schechner. >> hello. >> stephanie: oh, come on. you know you want to dance. come on, come on! ♪ all the single ladies ♪ ♪ all the single ladies ♪ >> you can't see it. >> i didn't like that version last night though. it didn't have the pep that this version has. >> stephanie: it was something with the sound quality. >> she could let them each sing a line. >> stephanie: then she shoved them into the bleachers. >> your mics are a little lower than mine but help me with this. >> stephanie: i thought they were going to be bringing her water and stuff. >> they both looked great though. >> they did. >> that may have been part of the problem. because they're just too pretty, go away. >> stephanie: meow. here's jacki schec
, stallone and sports a nader now well into their 60s. bruce willis trying to divide this trend. starring in his bid die hard film. twenty-five years after the first one. the washington post calling bruce armed and ludicrous. it may not matter. only 40% of the films were overseas way back in the first one. 70% maybe for this one. it seems like, meanwhile, we thought the internet would devour the media business. now spending billions buying back their own stock. cbs a billion dollars in stocks. comcast $2 billion or in buybacks at this year. the bad news, you wasted money if your shares tumbled later. why not invest that cash in new things. sandra: one of forbes fastest growing companies reported revenues up 27%. dennis: first, here is a stock to watch. works on industrial lasers. rising 3%. stocks selling off. a frequent guest on markets now says this stock fell off and is overdone. it has little competition. we will be right back. ♪ dennis: one of america's 25 fastest-growing tech companies. up 27% over a year ago. the stock soaring up 17% today on blockbuster earnings results. you hav
star. sylvester stallone said despite playing to gun toting federals, he supports a ban saying like really, unless you are carrying out an assault, you can't hunt with it. who is going to attack your house, an [ bleep ] army? >> the new shoot em up film. president obama said if he had a son he would think twice before letting him flay football. how the game of football has changed. . >> then the change in south africa. we flash back to the first time we heard that nelson mandela would be freed. you are watching msnbc, the place for politics. >> i wanted people to to know they could count on me. i'm a middle class guy. i have your values. i'm not one of these jerks who is running around trying to change the world. >> i love it. ed koch speaking to the new york times and just released 2007 interview. the former mayor died yesterday. he was 88 years old. he died of congestive heart failure. his funeral will be monday in manhattan. here's a look at the other top stories making news. chicago cops are trying to figure out who killed the high school sophomore who was shot in a chicago park
face? seventy people are going back to grant school to get jobs and incurring more and stallone that. >> any thoughts on that specifically? may be more generally this issue of face up to standard and interesting one. do you want to tackle that? the perverse effects of the hundreds of phases? >> income tax. i earn another dollar and lose $0.10 a minute health benefits. a lot of the same simplifications of the tax code. but in 84 writing these tax expenditures, this does not belong in the tax cut. a tax expenditure and therefore we should eliminate it. you actually cannot say that. if he think about the trade of the your love with in the ways and means committee with in the tax cut you can trade off the tax expenditure for a lower rate fell another tax expenditure. you cannot trade of the tax expenditure for a direct expenditure. probably stretching a little beyond your question. this soon might be the question of whether we judge to do any of this in the tax system. it's very hard to think about reforms where you can trade off spending for indirect spending which gives to bruces quest
them. >> "bull to the head," new movie with stallone. this is a film that i feel like does a great job with the action, but look at the title. the title does not help hollywood and movie violence. it's gotten more and more over the past couple decades. look back at the original rambo in the '80s. one death in that movie. then fast forward to 2008 rambo, 236 deaths in that film. i give this movie a 2 1/2 out of 5. it's a good action movie, has a good audience, but worth the rental. if you're a big chan, check out the matinee. finally. >> steve: we're out of time, but you give it 3 1/2 out of 5 stars. >> yes. alan arkin. fun movie. >> steve: mr. show biz in tinseltown, thank you very much. we'll see you next week. >> thanks. >> steve: straight ahead, fox news alert. we're following a deadly exchange outside the u.s. embassy in turkey as al-qaeda says it has something big planned. geraldo rivera is coming up. is he going to be senator rivera one day soon? don't blow may kiss, pal. come here and talk new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain. here we go. honey cornflakes and c
that arnold schwarzenegger's movie bombed and stallone's movie bombed. >> steve: it looks like it's going to be good. opens on valentine's day. straight ahead. >> brian: a nice heart warming date movie. >> steve: forget sharing the wealth. coming up, we've got four simple ways to narrow the class divide, like getting rid of the unpaid internship perhaps. >> gretchen: then take close look at this dog. he's taking the internet by storm. because he looks like a human. >> brian: he might be. >> gretchen: the story behind the picture ahead. i'm nervous. >> this is kind of disturbing. it's being reported that the justice department has concluded that the president can order drone strikes on american citizens. and today rush limbaugh came out in favor of obamacare, said it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. everybody sign up! >> gretchen: as americans we've always been considered a melting pot of coming together of those from different countries and cultures. with common beliefs and behaviors. is it possible that america is actually coming apart now? our next guest believes the answer is y
, lindsay lohan, ann remain nears bill clinton, christine o'donnell, ann coulter, sylvester stallone. richard branson. you would want to be with him. >> i would love to dance with bill clinton. i think he would be great. i've always said bill clinton would be amazing. >> brian: here is the other thing, i bet lance armstrong says yes now. >> you think? >> brian: 'cause you did not test performance enhancing drugs, right? >> no, we don't. >> brian: there you go. >> steve: bill clinton turned you down, but brian bruin has not -- brian kilmeade has not. >> don't hurt me. i'm nervous for you. don't hurt me. >> steve: keep going. >> brian: let's say we met in a club. i'm going to pick you up. >> you're not picking me up. >> brian: i'm not? >> number one rule. don't pick me up. >> brian: then that should be my rule, too. >> steve: stop talking and start dancing! >> gretchen: come on, brian. enough of the delays. >> dip, come on. >> steve: what's your handle? >> gretchen: all right! >> brian: so i come up to you. >> be cool, you know what i mean? >> brian: i'm going to try. >> turn me and di
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